I don’t think I would ever stop buying Happy Meal toys even though I’ll turn 30 or 40 or 50 one day. I would love to put up my own Happy Meal museum one day. Also, I really regret selling some of my old HM toys especially the Disney ones. I would do everything just to get them back.
Anyway, these Spongebob toys from McDonald’s are really cool. Actually, these toys were already sold years ago in other countries. I think they reproduced them or have some left in their inventory. I wonder how these are made. It would be awesome and a dream come true if McDonald’s Happy Meal Philippines sponsored me/my YouTube channel/my blog. Haha! *nudge nudge*
Some photos from last night.
I was rummaging through some old stuff the other day and came across old mangas that I made 7 years ago. Haha! It’s called Popo Adventures which was named after the main character of Mushiking. I was so addicted to Mushiking and Dinosaurking back then. Going to the arcade was extra fun because of this card game.
Back to the topic, the manga was about four friends who turn into these Super Sentai people after a meteorite crash landed on Earth. So much cliché! They had this pet duck called Popo and he was found in the woods by one of the main characters. Their helmets were inspired from Rockman’s helmet because I was so hooked to it back then. There were only two volumes and I remember photocopying these so I could sell ‘em at a comic convention (which obviously didn’t happen).
I am so over the manga style (but I still love reading and watching them) because it’s already overused for me. I’m trying to find my own style now. Emphasis on TRYING.
When did I ever stop drawing? :( (you thought this post wouldn’t be sad. You were mislead.)
Buzz Lightyear to the rescue!
Photo by me! Model: Mark Tejada
There’s a new fashion editorial/experiment on my blog called SKULL: http://www.geloyellow.com/2014/03/skull.html This is the first time that I’ll be shooting a model with this much and kind of make up. It was just a really quick shoot near the model’s house. Let me know what you think!
Photography by: Gerard Lopez
Modeled by Mark Tejada
Make-up by Alex Rivera and Mark Tejada